January 30, 2015


     As we know, jeans are one of our must-cloth in closet. From top to bottom, jeans can be the perfect material for our casual day. But how about if jeans can be deconstructed and combined with traditional heritage material? That's exactly what Eddy Betty has done in his 'Edbe' label latest collection. Eddy Betty brought his Pêle-Mêle collection with patchwork technique whereby he combined jeans along with Badui and Sumba woven fabric. The nearly same thickness of fabrics did not mean the same textures. Three materials indeed have different textures with different handling.
      Edgy nuance was strongly spread with unique cutting, loose design, and layered clothing, almost touching quirky with epic white headpiece designed by the talented Rinaldy A. Yunardi completed the look. A little bit fun and young came from the bright Badui woven fabric and tassels over some of dresses. One of most attention-stealer certainly was the over-sized collars and the long coat looking like coming from year 2050 with ethnic touch. Love!

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